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Yamaha Grizzly 660/700 Swap Into 600?

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Can a grizzly 660 or 700 engine and front locking differential be put into a 600 frame/bike?Has anyone done this or know of it being done?Also will the newer locking front diff from a kodiak work in a older 350 wolverine?Thanks

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That's a good question, I don't think so, but I could be wrong.

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